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Heather Crab…, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Heather Crabtree answered:
how much i should ask for?
Are you asking how much should you make an offer for? Have you seen the property yet? If you would like I can set up a showing for you and bring along some comparable sales so you can h ... more
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Terry Bell, Real Estate Pro in Santa Rosa, CA
Terry Bell answered:
Why have the property prices been dropping? Thank you.
Out here in Northern California, prices are also dropping a bit, but really not surprising as there was such a jump in the beginning of the year. A few things have been going on, first ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Sep 6, 2014 Market Conditions in Post Road North
Ken D'Ademo, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Ken D'Ademo answered:
rental condition in this area of Milford? 3bed/3baths 1500. per mo. it appears to be reasonable
Milford is a very diverse town. You have not provided enough information, like address, listing number, single family , etc. Being that you have asked this question I would recommend ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 26, 2012 Market Conditions in Milford
Chuck Sienki…, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Chuck Sienkiewicz answered:
Whats the best area to live in Milford, CT for re sale value?
I would agree with Tracy that shore properties appreciate the most "just so much shore line" as a general rule I tell my clients to look for an area that suits their needs and ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jul 5, 2011 Market Conditions in Milford
Karen Kline, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Karen Kline answered:
milford Ct
Not exactly sure what your question is, however, I am going to give you a take on Milford.

Milford is a HOT town to live in. You're just outside of Fairfield County, have Fairf ... more
1 vote Share Flag Fri Nov 19, 2010 Market Conditions in 06460
Dan Chase, Home Buyer in Texas City, TX
Dan Chase answered:
Wondering what the market outlook is for the next 4 to 7 years in Milford for a typical 4 Br home with respect to appreciating values.
I posted some decent information below. NONE of it matters because of your ending question. Settle the estate as soon as possible. Get it over with. It will not matter if prices go up o ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 25, 2010 Market Conditions in Milford
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